After a month plagued by health issues and cancellations, Avicii finally has some good news to share.
The Swedish dance music superstar took to Twitter over the weekend to reveal that he is working on the follow-up to his record-setting debut album “True.”
Relaxing in laguna beach for a couple of days before goin back to work on second album! Cant wait for people see whats in store...
— Tim Bergling (@Avicii) April 20, 2014
“Relaxing in Laguna Beach for a couple of days before going back to work on second album! Can't wait for people see what's in store,” Avicii wrote on Twitter.
Avicii was forced to cancel all of his scheduled appearances at Miami Music Week, including a headlining slot at Ultra Music Festival, after a blocked gallbladder and ruptured appendix necessitated immediate removal surgery.
Avicii’s first album peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 and spawned a series of hit singles, including country crossover tracks “Wake Me Up” and “Hey Brother,” which enjoyed an unprecedented 27-week reign at the top of the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart. The 24-year-old also released his “Avicii by Avicii” remix album this March, featuring his own alternative mixes for each of the tracks on his debut LP.